moto monday

September 22, 2014

monday motivationHoly hell-o. It has been awhile, right? Like, a really long time. I’m so sorry, but the whole marriage/honeymoon abroad thing really threw me. But now I’m back! And with a new sense of drive and energy (if we aren’t counting the lack of sleep caused by the jet lag and messed up time difference).

I have tons of great new things planned for this blog–new recipes that have been on the back-burner for far too long, some wedding DIYs for those who are still planning their big days (or their big day one day), more wellness-type things, creative projects and peeks, and book/movie recommendations. And that’s just for starters.

Not many people comment on here, totally get it and is more than fine, BUT if you are thinking you’d like to see something in the coming months, please give a shout!

In the meantime, let’s get back to normal(ish) schedule with an extra awesome moto monday filled with wonderful links to get you amp’d for the week:

+new fave cooking show for vegans and non-vegans alike

+one more step towards changing the way we define beauty

+this website will be quite a melodic time waster

+love watching videos like these on creative, passionate people.

+speaking of inspiring videos and people, new likesknowslike people!

+oddly I miss summer camp, but this would be a well worth it solution.

+if you haven’t seen it, you might want to watch this art meets code documentary. one of my faves and free to watch on vimeo!

+seriously not sure if this is a recipe how-to or an art piece. is it weird that it makes me feel happy?

+t-swift fan or not, we need more people doing this. so awesome.

+getting back into the workout/healthy eating swing this week and hoping workouts like this will make it a tad easier.

+I’ve been waiting awhile to watch this documentary and was finally able to. I HIGHLY recommend you watch it. But even if you can’t, I plan on doing a take-away post in the coming days. Yes, it was that good.

+I may start shopping at Costco after reviewing this grocery list.

+this interview with the guy who created Maddie On Things makes me happy.

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